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  • Alex Sandro replaces Marcelo in Brazil s...

    Alex Sandro has been called up to the Brazil squad for next month's World Cup qualifiers in place of the injured Marcelo. The Real Madrid full-back suffered a hamstring tear in Wednesday's shock 1-0 defeat to Real Betis and is expected to be out of action for at least a month. ...

    Alex Sandro replaces Marcelo in Brazil squad

    Alex Sandro has been called up to the Brazil squad for next month's World Cup qualifiers in place of the injured Marcelo. The Real Madrid full-back suffered a hamstring tear in Wednesday's shock 1-0 defeat to Real Betis and is expected to be out of action for at least a month. READ MORE:  What did Tite learn from WCQ?  | Willian states Brazil case  | Tite explains Brazil squad And the former Porto man will now join the Selecao for matches against Bolivia and Chile. "Alex Sandro was called up on Friday for the Brazilian national team's next two matches," the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) said in a statement. "Real Madrid were very thoughtful and sent over medical reports of tests carried out on Marcelo. After analysing them, the need for a longer recovery period was clear, which prevents his participation in the next matches." Brazil, who have already qualified for next year's finals in Russia, face Bolivia in La Paz on October 5 before hosting Chile five days later in Sao Paulo.

  • De Rossi was prepared to leave Roma for ...

    Daniele De Rossi has conceded that an enticing offer from a “big European club” or from MLS would have seen him leave Roma over the summer. An iconic figure in the Italian capital, De Rossi has spent his entire career to date at Stadio Olimpico. Lazio 13/2 to beat Verona 1-0 W...

    De Rossi was prepared to leave Roma for 'big European club or MLS'

    Daniele De Rossi has conceded that an enticing offer from a “big European club” or from MLS would have seen him leave Roma over the summer. An iconic figure in the Italian capital, De Rossi has spent his entire career to date at Stadio Olimpico. Lazio 13/2 to beat Verona 1-0 With Francesco Totti having departed and headed into retirement, the 34-year-old midfielder is now the longest-serving presence at his hometown club. De Rossi did, however, only commit to a new two-year contract in May and admits that he considered taking on a new challenge as his previous deal ran down. One offer from a Serie A rival was tabled, amid links to Inter, but the World Cup winner eventually opted to stay put as nothing suitable was put to him. De Rossi told Corriere dello Sport on whether he now hopes to retire at Roma: “I don’t know. I always thought it’d be great if I could, with all due respect and the correct proportions, experience a day like the one Totti had on May 28 when he retired. It’d be wonderful to experience such an intense salute with the fans. I don’t know when and I don’t know how. “At the same time, I do feel the strong desire to have an experience elsewhere. Frankly, 16 years at Roma is like 32 elsewhere, because they really weigh on you and are a tough slog. Thank God, I am physically having the best seasons of my career, but the pressure is often excessive here. “I think I would, and ought to, have an experience elsewhere. I had already decided to do it last year, as for long periods there was no contact with the club over my renewal. “It wasn’t too bad in my view: I was playing well, so would leave a happy memory. For a while, it was my plan to leave. The biggest offer on the table was from another Italian club. “However, my heart and love won out: I couldn’t betray the city and the fans. If a big European or American club had come in – and it’s no secret one of my dreams is to go to America for a lifestyle and football experience – I probably wouldn’t be here today.” De Rossi netted five times for Roma last season – his best return in seven years – and has remained a regular this term as his overall appearance tally continues to edge towards 600.

  • Benevento blame captain Lucioni's failed...

    Benevento president Oreste Vigorito has claimed that a cream used to treat a wound caused the club's captain Fabio Lucioni to fail a drugs test. The 29-year-old returned a positive sample for banned anabolic steroid clostebol following his side's 1-0 Serie A defeat to Torino on ...

    Benevento blame captain Lucioni's failed doping test on cream

    Benevento president Oreste Vigorito has claimed that a cream used to treat a wound caused the club's captain Fabio Lucioni to fail a drugs test. The 29-year-old returned a positive sample for banned anabolic steroid clostebol following his side's 1-0 Serie A defeat to Torino on September 10 and faces a lengthy ban. However, the club have protested their player's innocence, saying Lucioni was using a medically prescribed ointment. "The blame lies with a cream to heal a wound," Vigorito told Sky Sport Italia. "You can't talk about doping. After a graze in training, the doctor prescribed him the cream that is normally sold in a chemist and thus can't be the basis of a doping charge. "When you talk about these things, you have to understand if they really are mistakes. "Here's simply a guy who has followed a medical prescription. However, we'll accept the ruling, like we've always done."

  • Mourinho misses out as Allegri, Conte an...

    Massimiliano Allegri, Antonio Conte and Zinedine Zidane have been named as the finalists for the Best FIFA Coach of the Year award. The final three were cut down from an initial list of 10, with Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola, boss of rivals Manchester...

    Mourinho misses out as Allegri, Conte and Zidane battle for Best FIFA Coach of the Year

    Massimiliano Allegri, Antonio Conte and Zinedine Zidane have been named as the finalists for the Best FIFA Coach of the Year award. The final three were cut down from an initial list of 10, with Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola, boss of rivals Manchester City, among the names to be dropped. Chelsea 5/1 to win Premier League Juventus head coach Allegri won Serie A and the Coppa Italia last season, with defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League final denying him a historic treble. Zidane led that Madrid side, who also triumphed in La Liga, while Conte tasted Premier League glory in his first season in England, having taken over a side who had ended the previous campaign in 10th place. As well as Mourinho and Guardiola, the other bosses initially nominated to subsequently miss out on the final three are Carlo Ancelotti, Luis Enrique, Leonardo Jardim, Joachim Low, Mauricio Pochettino, Diego Simeone and Tite. Claudio Ranieri was named Best FIFA Coach of the Year in 2016 after Leicester City's stunning Premier League triumph, with Zidane and Portugal's Fernando Santos the other finalists. Also announced on Friday were the 10 nominations for the Puskas award for the best goal of 2017, which will be decided by a fan vote.  Kevin-Prince Boateng, Alejandro Camargo, Denya Castellanos, Moussa Dembele, Olivier Giroud, Aviles Hurtado, Mario Mandzukic, Oscarine Masuluke, Nemanja Matic and Jordi Mboula will have spectacular efforts put to a public vote. The finalists for the best goalkeeper award are Gianluigi Buffon, Keylor Navas and Manuel Neuer. FIFA's Fan Award finalists are Borussia Dortmund, Celtic and Copenhagen, while the best women's player will be between Castellanos, last year's winner Carli Lloyd and Lieke Martens. The top women's coach will be battled out between Nils Neilsen, Gerard Precheur and Sarina Weigman, with award winners announced on October 23 at a ceremony in London.

  • TV Guide: Date, time and where to get yo...

    It's a packed weekend of European League games follopwed by mid-week Champions League and Europa League clashes. Liverpool face the Leicester City test once again, Real Madrid will want to alter their bad start in the La Liga while Juventus come against Torino in the Turin derby....

    TV Guide: Date, time and where to get your football fix

    It's a packed weekend of European League games follopwed by mid-week Champions League and Europa League clashes. Liverpool face the Leicester City test once again, Real Madrid will want to alter their bad start in the La Liga while Juventus come against Torino in the Turin derby. FIFA U-17 World Cup: Know Your India U17 Players High profile Champions League clashes beckon among which Dortmund host Cristiano Ronaldo and Co. and PSG welcome Bayern to Paris. Meanwhile, Arsenal travel to Belarus to play against Bate in the Europa League after their Premier League fixture on Tuesday.   Fri, Sep 22 Match Time (IST) Channel Bundesliga: FC Bayern Munich vs. Wolfsburg 11:46 PM Star Sports Select 2, Star Sports Select HD 2   Sat, Sep 23 Match Time (IST) Channel Ligue 1: Losc Lille Sa vs. A.S. Monaco 12:00 AM Sony ESPN, Sony ESPN HD Premier League: West Ham vs. Tottenham Hotspur 4:50 PM Star Sports Select 1, Star Sports Select HD 1 Premier League: Southampton vs. Manchester United 7:20 PM Star Sports Select 1, Star Sports Select HD 1 La Liga Santander: Alaves vs. Real Madrid 8:00 PM Sony Ten 2 Ligue 1: Montpellier Herault S.C. vs. Paris Saint-Germain 8:30 PM Sony ESPN, Sony ESPN HD Bundesliga: Borussia Dortmund vs. Borussia M'gladbach 9:46 PM Star Sports Select 2, Star Sports Select HD 2 Premier League: Leicester City vs. Liverpool 9:50 PM Star Sports Select 1, Star Sports Select HD 1 La Liga Santander: Malaga vs. Athletic Bilbao 10:00 PM Sony Ten 2 Eredivisie: Feyenoord vs. NAC Breda 11:00 PM Neo Prime Ligue 1: Olympique Lyonnais vs. Dijon Football Cote-dor 11:30 PM Sony ESPN HD   Sun, Sep 24 Match Time (IST) Channel La Liga Santander: Girona vs. Barcelona 12:30 AM Sony Ten 2 Serie A TIM: Juventus vs. Torino 1:00 AM Sony Ten 1, Sony Ten 1 HD La Liga Santander: Espanyol vs. Deportivo 3:30 PM Sony Ten 2 Eredivisie: FC Utrecht vs. PSV Eindhoven 4:00 PM Neo Prime, Neo Sports Serie A TIM: Sampdoria vs. AC Milan 4:00 PM Sony Ten 1, Sony Ten 1 HD Eredivisie: AFC Ajax vs. Vitesse 6:00 PM Neo Prime, Neo Sports La Liga Santander: Getafe CF vs. Villarreal 8:00 PM Sony Ten 2 Premier League: Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Newcastle 8:20 PM Star Sports Select 1, Star Sports Select HD 1 Ligue 1: R.C. Strasbourg Alsace vs. F.C. Nantes 8:30 PM Sony ESPN HD La Liga Santander: Eibar vs. Celta Vigo 10:00 PM Sony Ten 2   Mon, Sep 25 Match Time (IST) Channel La Liga Santander: Real Sociedad vs. Valencia 12:30 AM Sony Ten 2 Serie A TIM: Fiorentina vs. Atalanta 12:30 AM Sony Ten 1, Sony Ten 1 HD Ligue 1: Olympique De Marseille vs. Toulouse F.C. 12:30 AM Sony ESPN, Sony ESPN HD   Tue, Sep 26 Match Time (IST) Channel Premier League: Arsenal vs. West Bromwich Albion 12:20 AM Star Sports Select 1, Star Sports Select HD 1 La Liga Santander: Real Betis vs. Real Betis 12:30 AM Sony Ten 2 UEFA Youth League: Dortmund vs. Real Madrid 7:30 PM Sony Ten 2 UEFA Champions League: Man. City vs. Shakhtar Donetsk 11:30 PM Sony Ten 3   Wed, Sep 27 Match Time (IST) Channel UEFA Champions League: Apoel vs. Tottenham 12:00 AM Sony ESPN, Sony ESPN HD UEFA Champions League: Dortmund vs. Real Madrid 12:30 AM Sony Ten 2 UEFA Champions League: Spartak Moskva vs. Liverpool 12:30 AM Sony Ten 1, Sony Ten 1 HD UEFA Youth League: Paris Saint-Germain vs. Bayern 7:30 PM Sony Ten 2   Thu, Sep 28 Match Time (IST) Channel UEFA Champions League: Sporting CP vs. Barcelona 12:00 AM Sony Ten 3 UEFA Champions League: Juventus vs. Olympiacos 12:00 AM Sony ESPN, Sony ESPN HD UEFA Champions League: Atletico Madrid vs. Chelsea 12:15 AM Sony Six, Sony Six HD UEFA Champions League: Cska Moskva vs. Man. United 12:30 AM Sony Ten 1 HD UEFA Europa League: Zenit vs. Real Sociedad 10:30 PM Sony Ten 1 HD UEFA Europa League: Athletic Bilbao vs. Zorya 10:30 PM Sony Ten 3 UEFA Europa League: Salzburg vs. Marseille 10:30 PM Sony ESPN, Sony ESPN HD UEFA Europa League: Zenit vs. Real Sociedad 10:30 PM Sony Ten 1 UEFA Europa League: Bate vs. Arsenal 10:30 PM Sony Ten 2   Fri, Sep 29 Match Time (IST) Channel UEFA Europa League: Everton vs. Apollon 12:30 AM Sony Ten 1, Sony Ten 1 HD UEFA Europa League: Lyon vs. Atalanta 12:30 AM Sony Ten 3 UEFA Europa League: Maccabi Tel-Aviv vs. Villarreal 12:30 AM Sony ESPN, Sony ESPN HD UEFA Europa League: Milan vs. Rijeka 12:30 AM Sony Ten 2   table.tableizer-table { font-size: 14px; border: 1px solid #CCC; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; } .tableizer-table td { padding: 4px; margin: 3px; border: 1px solid #CCC; } .tableizer-table th { background-color: #104E8B; color: #FFF; font-weight: bold; }

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